Goal-Setting is not a tough task, but what is tougher is to achieve the goals, to plan the process and stick to the plan. Korean startup Dreamfora, which had been beta-testing its smart goal-setting app, has finally released it for Android users. This is the company’s first product that was launched officially on February 29th, 2020.
Set the goal and form the habit with the app
The goal-setting app allows users to plan, manage, and eventually execute their goals with minimum efforts. The app is an excellent tool for go-getters as it will enable them to set goals and achieve them in the desired time-frame. Whether the user is looking to set long-term goals or to acquire everyday habits like getting fit, the Dreamfora app makes it easy and simple to manage.
For eg, if you want to form habits like ‘workout for 30 mins’ 365 days or read 100 books in a year – then you can set the habit on the app to facilitate the completion of the goal. The app will remind the user about their habits to read each day or to exercise every day. The user can also enter one-time tasks like ‘run a half marathon’ or ‘finish a particular book’ etc.
The key differentiating aspects of Dreamfora app compared to other goal-setting apps are:
• It is super easy & fast in goal setting: Our smart goal setting feature, the 1-Tap Planning Wizard, allows users to set concrete achievement plans for long-term goals within seconds.
• It has meticulous goal achievement plans: All the numerous goal achievement plans included in the app were carefully created by people who have already achieved those dreams.
• It gives the user a progress report: Our statistical analyses allow users to see their progress and keep their goals on track.
The app’s interface also has been designed aesthetically. Dreamfora had held a global design competition for the design in which top-tier designers from all over the world had participated.
Goal to reach a worldwide audience
The company had undertaken beta-testing for over six months and had received feedback from more than 300,000 social media users and beta testers from 143 countries.
The startup has been founded by Paul Kang and David Song, programmers with a lot of experience in the field. The startup target audience is users from North America and Europe, and that’s why 99% of the app beta testers were non-Koreans. The app is provided in English, but eventually, the company wants to add other European languages as well.
The app is now available on Google Play Store for users and is already receiving excellent reviews. In times of Corona Virus, when most people in the world are facing strict lockdowns, such apps can be handy to keep goals in place and form good habits.